Opening times for 2 December 2023
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Assistance dogs only
Assistance dogs only in the Hall, formal gardens, and inside the Courtyard Kitchen. Dogs on leads are welcome in the parkland, courtyard and Stables Café.
Dogs on leads are welcome in the parkland, courtyard and Stables Café.
The second-hand bookshop is located in the courtyard behind the Hall. Open daily, 9.30am - 4.30pm.
The Courtyard Kitchen is open daily 10am - 4pm, serving a range of delicious hot meals, cakes, and hot and cold drinks.
The Stables Café is open daily, 9.30am-4.30pm serving a range of sandwiches, cakes and bakes, and hot and cold drinks.
Toilets are located behind the visitor reception building, in the Stableyard, and in the Courtyard Kitchen.
Disabled parking and coach parking available.
Blue Badge parking. Accessible toilet. Mobility scooter bookable by phone. Accessible pathways suitable for wheelchairs and onsite mobility scooter. Ground floor of house fully accessible.
Accessible route and/or map
The garden is mainly level with surfaces varying between gravel and grass. Gates in the park are kissing gates. However, the blue walk in our parkland is accessible but does have a slight slope.
Level access to shop
Level access into the second-hand bookshop.
We have an accessible toilet located in the Stableyard and in the Courtyard Kitchen.
Powered mobility vehicle available
We have two powered mobility vehicles available for loan at reception. Please pre-book prior to your visit by phoning the office on 01527 821214.
We have 23 disabled parking spaces, and these are approx. 45 metres from visitor reception.
Ramped access into the Hall and into the Courtyard Kitchen.
We have induction loops in visitor reception and the Stables Cafe.
We have two manual wheelchairs available for loan at reception.
Level access to food outlet
There is level access into the Stables Cafe and a ramp into the Courtyard Kitchen.
from M5 exit 5 follow A38 to Droitwich; from Droitwich 4 miles along B4090
public footpaths cross the park
Droitwich Spa 4 miles
Worcester to Birmingham (passing close Droitwich Spa train station), alight Wychbold, 2 miles
The Courtyard Kitchen is now open
The Courtyard Kitchen is open daily 10am - 4pm, serving a range of delicious hot meals, cakes, hot and cold drinks. Bright and spacious seating areas for over 50 people extend into the Hall where you can see historic features such as the service bells.
Hanbury Hall is a two pawprint rated place. Explore nearly 400 acres of parkland, woodland and open fields on a dog walk at Hanbury Hall. Find out where you can walk your dog and read our Canine Code here.
Find out more about booking your group for a visit to Hanbury Hall and the information you need to help you plan your trip.
A country retreat, offering a glimpse into life at the turn of the 18th century. Featuring original wall-paintings by Sir James Thornhill.
The original formal gardens have been faithfully recreated and complement the relaxed later gardens, with orangery, orchards, and walled garden.
400 acres of parkland, with remains of ancient forests and historic avenues.
The Courtyard Kitchen is now open daily serving a range of delicious hot meals, cakes, and hot and cold drinks.
The Stables Cafe is open daily serving sandwiches, cakes, bakes, hot and cold drinks.
Bookshop in the courtyard stocked full of pre-loved books.
The children's adventure playground is located behind the Stableyard and includes a swing, a slide, climbers and wooden tipis.
This Christmas Lets Do The Time Warp Again as we celebrate in true retro style inside the Hall. The tinsel will be glowing, the laughter will be flowing, the Babycham will be popping and the Slade hits will be dropping – we’re turning back the clock for a nostalgic trip back in time.
Experience the festive atmosphere in one of Hanbury Hall’s historic kitchen spaces as you enjoy a traditional three-course Christmas lunch. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays only from Tuesday 12 December – Thursday 21 December, served 12.30pm – 2pm. Pre-booking is essential.
Hanbury Hall is full of fun adventures for all the family. There’s always lots to do to keep little ones busy in the great outdoors, from exploring the playground, seasonal trails, to ticking off some of our 70 things to do at Hanbury Hall activities.
Enjoy autumn around the gardens and parkland at Hanbury Hall. From the Walled Garden to Kytes Orchard and beyond, the outdoors at Hanbury look beautiful throughout the year.
Discover Hanbury Hall, a William and Mary-style country house built by wealthy lawyer Thomas Vernon in the early 18th century.
Take a trip down memory lane this Christmas at Hanbury Hall as you explore the Hall dressed for 1970s and 1980s Christmas party. Normal site admission prices apply.
A country retreat in the heart of Worcestershire. The house and garden, originally a stage-set for summer parties, offer a glimpse into life at the turn of the 18th century.
Don't miss the original wall-paintings by Sir James Thornhill. Full of drama and politics, they show the birth of Georgian society.
The original formal gardens, designed by George London, have been faithfully re-created. They complement the relaxed later gardens, with orangery, orchards and walled garden.
The Vernon family built Hanbury Hall in 1701, but as fashions changed, so did the 18th-century hall and gardens. Discover the history behind Hanbury’s evolution here.